Pearl Hill State Park

New Fitchburg Road
West Townsend, MA 01474


This 1,000 acre park is open on a seasonal basis from Memorial Day through Labor Day. Pearl Hill's campground Link to the image file. offers some of the largest and most private campsites in Massachusetts, all beneath a canopy of stately pines. There are 51 campsites, now served by a new bathhouse, and a day use area which includes a five-acre pond created by the seasonal damming of Park Hill Brook, with a beach area on the pond. The area offers miles of hiking trails, abundant swimming opportunities and great antiquing.There is a new trail connecting Damon Pond of Willard Brook State Forest to Pearl Hill State Park. Its 4 miles long and one should plan up to 3 hours or more to hike the entire trail in good conditions.

ActivitiesCampingVisitors can choose from more than 50 campsites, which are served by a bathhouse.SwimmingCool off with a dip in Pearl Hill Brook Pond.All Activities at Pearl Hill State ParkBikingCampingCross-country skiingEducational programsFishingHikingHuntingMountain bikingSnowmobilingSwimmingFacilities at Pearl Hill State ParkDumpstersGrillsGroup day-use areaPicnic areaRestroomsShowers

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